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Rugby World Cup: John Quill banned for three weeks for Owen Farrell tackle
Discussion started by *** News *** , 27 September, 2019 18:20
Rugby World Cup: John Quill banned for three weeks for Owen Farrell tackle
*** News *** 27 September, 2019 18:20
United States flanker John Quill has been banned for three weeks for a high tackle on England's Owen Farrell during their Rugby World Cup meeting.

The 29-year-old was sent off following his shoulder charge to Farrell's head during England's 45-7 win.

Quill's suspension means his tournament is over unless the United States make the quarter-finals.

His punishment is the same as Samoa's Rey Lee-Lo and Australia's Reece Hodge received for high tackles.

Re: Rugby World Cup: John Quill banned for three weeks for Owen Farrell tackle
Tigersfan1 28 September, 2019 16:32
No other outcome really. Crazy hit.


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